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STAR'S END Update: 01.09.05

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  • Chuck van Zyl
    Dino Pacifici has given his album, THE FLOAT ZONE (57 55 ), the perfect name. What with it s drifting nature and recumbent posture, it is unlikely that anyone
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 6, 2005
      Dino Pacifici has given his album, THE FLOAT ZONE (57'55"),
      the perfect name. What with it's drifting nature and recumbent
      posture, it is unlikely that anyone experiencing this album will
      ever be able to find the floor. The seven tracks work on the
      modality of the mind. Each piece creates an area outside of time,
      exhibiting a sprawling stillness attributable to Pacifici's
      introspective design. The slow movement and gradual kinetic
      flux of his soundscapes draw us inward and the listener's
      transient thoughts and mental states become lost within this
      work's expansive dreaminess. The sounds on THE FLOAT
      ZONE are made by synthesizers, samplers, guitars and
      numerous other gadgets. Each piece seems to rush into the
      listening space. With dense drones, harmonic pads, reverberant
      voices and numerous unsettling accents and modulations, we
      quickly become lost in this album's dark dimensions. Towards
      the album's conclusion, Pacifici injects his work with cycling
      rhythms, light melodies and an overall brightness, aiding in the
      much-desired soft landing... Is this an album of Space or
      Ambient Music? With its ability to instill within the listener both a
      sense of the vastness of space and the timelessness of infinity,
      THE FLOAT ZONE contains properties of both.

      Tune in to STAR'S END this weekend for music from THE FLOAT
      ZONE by Dino Pacifici

      For more on Dino Pacifici, access: http://www.dinopacifici.com


      2004 - STAR'S END Year in Review

      This weekend's broadcast of STAR'S END will present Part
      Three of the annual Year in Review broadcast. Tune in for tracks
      from the significant releases of 2004 and a look back at the year
      in Ambient and Spacemusic.


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